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Christianity and Miracle Healing


Christianity and Miracle Healing

Among the world’s billion-plus people, Christianity is the largest religion. It is a monotheistic Abrahamic religion that draws its origins from the life of Jesus of Nazareth. A religion that has 2.38 billion followers, it represents one-third of the world’s population.

In the era of Jesus, healing was considered a sign of divine favor and was a sign of holiness. A number of the gospels record healings. Jesus healed in situations that prompted the ire of his enemies. The sick, the deaf and the blind were among the many who were healed.

The gospels also contain stories of people who were healed by spittle mixed with mud. A blind man had his sight restored by touching Jesus’ spittle.

Some religions teach that all physical things are evil. The Bible, however, identifies God as the healer. He was credited with restoring a dead child, and Jesus himself healed many people.

There are other religions that claim that all physical things are illusions. Nevertheless, Jesus’ ministry to the sick was important and showed that he was a God who cared for his followers.

One of the most common ways people found out about Jesus was through his ability to heal. Many new converts were nominal Christians who were attracted by gifts and higher status jobs. Others were persuaded to follow Jesus by healings or the belief that they were free from sickness.

In addition to his healing miracles, Jesus is credited with many other things. Some believe that he was a magician. Some believe that he cast out demons. Others believe that he was the Son of God.

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